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Sightings around Sandwich…a Prom proposal at Sandy Neck Beach–Mary said “YES” to Sean…new green beach-grass at local beaches…shrink-wrap off of boats and maintenance work begins at the marina…Spring waters at the Dexter Grist Mill….Enjoy! By Spencer Kennard As a child, spending summers in North Truro, I thought Cape Cod began at the Wellfleet Drive-In and…
04.26 / 15:32
capecod.com
YARMOUTH – The Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce is co-sponsoring the second free training for CRASE. CRASE stands for Civilian Response to Active Shooter/Hostile Events (ASHE). The training will take place at the Yarmouth Police Department on May 3rd from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM. The class will be followed by a 1 hour course on…
04.26 / 15:32
capecod.com
  MASHPEE – Mashpee’s police chief has been named as one of the six finalists for the same job in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. According to the Portsmouth Herald, Scott Carline made the final cut announced this week. Carline and the five other candidates are expected to be in New Hampshire on Friday for interviews with […
04.26 / 15:32
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The Boston Licensing Board decides Thursday whether to let Nicholas Frattaroli - of the North End Frattarolis - buy the liquor license from the owners of the shuttered Grand Canal and re-open it as a Mexican restaurant called Bodega Canal. The restaurant, at 69 Canal St., would serve food until 1 a.m. and drinks until 2, Frattaroli's lawyer, William Ferrullo, told the board at a hearing today. He added the restaurant, which would back up against Frattaroli's Ward 8 restaurant on North…
04.26 / 15:31
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Bill EvilleEighteen red stools, a 30-foot counter, menu items written on construction paper hanging on the walls, two pots of hot coffee always humming, one ancient register, cash only — the Dock Street Diner is a place where time has stood still. This is a good thing. It’s like stopping for a bite in your own kitchen, but way better. You don’t have to cook or clean up, and the food is home cooked the way grandma did, fast, no fuss, and with just the right amount of tough love…
04.26 / 15:30
vineyardgazette.com
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 10:55amDoris K. Overtoom died quietly on April 9 at the Merry Heart Nursing Home in Boonton, N.J. She had lived in Madison, N.J. and West Tisbury for the last 25 years of her life, and had previously resided in Florham Park, N.J. for many years. She was 87. Doris was born at home on May 23, 1929 to Albert and Sophie Kligge in Hillside, N.J. She grew up there with her twin sister, Florence, sisters Dorothy and Marie, and eldest brother Albert. She and Florence…
04.26 / 15:30
vineyardgazette.com
Paula LyonsBlair Hill, owner of Native Cuts, runs so much more than a barber shop. The Vineyard Haven native, part Wampanoag, part African American and 100 per cent in love with what he does, says his shop is a welcome gathering space for all. In his early days as a barber here, he worked in at Bert’s Barber Shop in Vineyard Haven, Benito’s in Oak Bluffs and finally opened his own place 12 years ago, first on Evelyn Way in Vineyard Haven and now on State Road, next to Lapel’s clean…
04.26 / 15:30
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What will the Patriots focus on and who could they pick at the NFL Draft? WBZ-TV's Levan Reid was at the Draft Combine last month and breaks it all…
04.26 / 15:27
boston.cbslocal.com
The arrests come as part of an effort to crack down on human trafficking and prostitution in…
04.26 / 15:27
wwlp.com
Rajon Rondo and his fractured thumb will not play in Wednesday night's Game 5 against the Boston…
04.26 / 15:27
boston.cbslocal.com
Should you give your kid an allowance? If you do, how…
04.26 / 15:27
boston.cbslocal.com
A Bristol County Superior Court judge has set a hearing date for early next month as defense attorneys representing former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez are seeking to have his murder conviction overturned.Attorneys for Hernandez and the state will be heard 10 a.m. May 9 at Fall River Superior Court, the one page order states. Hernandez’s lawyers are seeking to vacate the fallen NFL star’s conviction under a Massachusetts common law known as abatement ab initio, which allows con…
04.26 / 15:27
bostonherald.com
The rate at which minorities are subjected to stops, searches and frisks by police doesn't appear to be improving in…
04.26 / 15:11
westernmassnews.com
For the third time in two months, a federal judge has knocked down an immigration order by President Donald Trump and used Trump's own language against…
04.26 / 15:11
westernmassnews.com
A woman tried to kiss an officer while she was pulled over drunk with a ten year old in the car. We played the audio of the woman telling the police officer that she wanted to kiss him because of the way he was looking at her during a sobriety…
04.26 / 15:10
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After some space age sounds came through the phone, a woman answered her phone to hear the delightful tone of Kevin’s voice before he launched into some of the senseless questions he had lined u…
04.26 / 15:10
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Broadcasting from Mexico City, Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson and former longtime DJ Rulo David Vasquez discuss current trends in the city's most popular…
04.26 / 15:02
wbur.org
Prosecutors say 34-year-old Luis Baez used a fake name when he picked up a woman in Boston last September, drove her to a location other than where she requested and assaulted…
04.26 / 15:02
wbur.org
Mattapoisett town employees are teaming up for a good cause – again. After a successful fundraiser on April 8 for Highway Department employee Rob Daener raised more than $30,000, employees are hoping to give back to someone else. Rob Carreiro is currently living with multiple myeloma, a cancer formed by malignant plasma cells, and Mattapoisett employees want to help him out after he and his wife Sue, manager of …
04.26 / 14:52
sippican.villagesoup.com
New Hampshire officials have linked three deaths to a drug 100 times more powerful than fentanyl that bears an identical physical…
04.26 / 14:43
eagletribune.com